The 2019 School of Psychology 3MT presentations

20 Sep 2019

UQ School of Psychology 3MT entrantsAn 80,000 word PhD thesis would take nine hours to present, but students in the UQ Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition present their thesis and its significance in dynamic and informative presentations of just three minutes in length.

The School of Psychology 3MT® Competition took place on Friday 19 July 2019.

The winner, Sophie Cameron, and runner-up, Gianni Ribeiro, progressed to the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences 3MT® Final on Wednesday 7 August.

Gianni Ribeiro won the Faculty Final and competed in the UQ 3MT® Final on Wednesday 18 September, where she took home the People's Choice Award.

Here are all the presentations from our PhD scholars.

WINNER: Sophie Cameron

3MT presentation - Moral Balancing in Children

RUNNER-UP: Gianni Ribeiro

3MT presentation - From trial and error to trials with error

Benjamin Austin

3MT presentation - Burning the Candle at Both Ends: Burnout in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Crystal Santos

3MT presentation - Adjusting to retirement: A new lens for an old challenge

Grace Fitzallen

3MT presentation - Born too soon: troublesome days and restless nights

Jo Butler

3MT presentation - Caring for families after burns

Kelly Kirkland

3MT presentation - Inequality through innocent eyes

Polly Fong

3MT presentation - A social identity approach to neighbourhood health and wellbeing

Saumya Singh

3MT presentation - Facilitating 'familial agency' to mitigate negative impact of environmental impoverishment for children and families in India